UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA - AFRICAN STUDIES CENTER
COMPUTERS & COMMUNICATIONS IN AFRICA is the independent news magazine for the African community.
CCiA magazine is published by AITEC Publishing.
It deals with all aspects of computing in the countries of sub-saharan africa. Readers come from Botswana, Egypt, Ethiopia, Gambia, Ghana, Kenya, Lesotho, Malawi, Mauritius, Namibia, Nigeria, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe. We also have international readers outside Africa, including the US, Europe, Scandanavia and the far east.
Subscribe to CCiA and you will be sure of receiving it regularly. The price is UKP 30 for 12 issues which includes all post and packing to anywhere in the world.
Simply send a draft, cheque or VISA card details to:
The Subscriptions Manager 15, High Street Graveley Cambs PE18 9PL United Kingdom
Tel: 0480-830724 Fax: 0480-831131
If you need an invoice let us know.
We also accept advertising, large or small, and will supply a rate card on request. We will list non-commercial events relating to Africa in the "For your diary" page free of charge, space permitting.
Press releases and news stories are always welcome, as are articles for publication. However, we suggest that before writing a full article you should email the editor (Alan Dickinson) supplying a brief outline (around 100 words) so that he can advise you as to suitability, size required, magazine schedule, etc.
Our email addresses are:
X.400, C=DE; A=DBP; P=GEONET; O=AITEC;
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